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Cygnus

see swan.
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Maria Moraeus Hanssen, CEO of ENGIE E&P commented This is a major milestone for the Cygnus development.
Cygnus will now conduct the Spacecraft Fire Experiment-III (Saffire-III), marking the third time the spacecraft has been used to study the behavior of fires in microgravity.
The Cygnus field, operated by GDF SUEZ, is expected to contribute 5% to UK gas production at peak next year - supplying gas to the equivalent of 1.
Orbital added that it developed the Cygnus cargo spacecraft under a joint research and development programme with NASA and Cygnus consists of a common Service Module (SM) and a Pressurized Cargo Module (PCM).
Cygnus can be said to be in several different kinds of flight.
The Cygnus project will secure about 450 jobs in the area and involve more than a million man hours of fabrication at Heerema's Hartlepool site for the project during 2014.
Rounding out the list of enhancements in the latest version of Cygnus Track are usability improvements to the tracking screen, vastly simplified setup of new devices, plus support for more web browsers and GPS devices.
In May of this year, former Cygnus Group Publisher Paul Bowers created Chapel Road Communications (Waukesha, WI) to launch "Airport Improvement" magazine.
The release of the source code to the popular and powerful Insight Debugger reinforces Cygnus' continued commitment to open source software," said Alex Daly, president and chief executive officer, Cygnus Solutions.
Compaq Computer Corporation has made the Cygnus Professional Linux Developers Kit available online to members of the Compaq Solutions Alliance (CSA).
In 1971 an X-ray-detecting satellite found irregular changes in an X-ray source in the constellation of Cygnus, a source that had been named Cygnus X-1.